1.1 Introduction #
Ahasa is a technological architecture orchestration portal that enables enterprises to visually design, integrate, deploy, and operate end-to-end multi-product solutions to meet and exceed business requirements.
Ahasa is a result of Global Wavenet’s vision to revolutionize the way applications are discovered, Integrated, deployed, and managed under one platform which is the biggest pain points organizations across the globe are facing nowadays and have been trying so hard to solve over the years.
The ability to simply drag and drop software products onto a web interface and interconnect those with available pre-integrations allowing products to communicate seamlessly will be the next era of cloud computing.
Ahasa will cease the age-old methods of time-consuming RFP processes with continuous discussions between stakeholders that results in spending millions of dollars to design and deploy a simple software solution. Welcome to the future of one-click solution orchestration.
1.2 Purpose of This Guide #
This User Guide provides guidance to create an account and to access the features and functionalities using the provided GUI’s.
1.3 Audience #
This document is intended to be used by subscribed users who will be accessing Ahasa to orchestrate solutions using the available products and deploy it to the required environments.
1.4 Finding Information #
Ideally, users should use the Table of Contents to navigate through the document as opposed to directly reviewing the body of the document as the table of contents will act as a document map for seamless navigation.
1.5 Typing Convention #
The following section illustrates how extra important information has been shown in this manual.
|Important||To highlight extra important information.|
|Note||To highlight information that the user needs to pay special attention to.|
|Tip||Helpful hints that will assist the user, when using certain functionality.|
|Boldface text||Text in certain paragraphs is written in Bold font at times to emphasize certain important terms.|
|KEY||P – Predefined with Default |
M – Mandatory Field
O – Optional Field
C – Conditional